A new line of Eclipse Extra Long Combers available in 6 popular sizes. Ideal for the oil artist who likes a sharp edge and to build layers. These brushes taper to a fine line turned sideways. For those who loved the 'old' style mongoose long flats, you will love these. "Eclipse X-Long Comber brush is sturdy enough to push and apply paint to a specific area, and is soft enough, similar to th...More info.
The Eclipse Long Flats are a new addition to this range, by popular demand. They have a lovely snap, yet are still delicate enough for alla prima, wet on wet techniques. They do not pull the paint off allowing layer upon layer in oils and acrylics. *Long Handle Only* ...More info.
With it's soft round edges filberts are particularly effective for blending oil and popular with Figurative Artists. The name "filbert" derives from the shape it resembles - a hazelnut. ...More info.
The Evergreen Long Flat allows for a precise chiseled edge, yet is a softer synthetic which makes a more delicate mark than an Ivory Long Flat. The longer hair results in a loose brush stroke with less "snap" than an Evergreen Short Flat. A welcome addition to any oil or acrylic artists' brush collection. ...More info.
The Evergreen Short Flat allows for a sharper and more precise edge than the Evergreen Long Flat, yet is a softer synthetic which makes a more delicate mark than an Ivory Short Flat. The short hair allows for more control, which is ideal for blocking in and impasto work, compared to that of the Long Flat. A welcome addition to any oil or acrylic artists' brush collection. Please n...More info.
This new range of Rosemary & Co Impasto brushes will allow for the technique of laying on paint or pigment thickly so it will stand out from the surface. The Ivory synthetics are easy to clean, durable, hard wearing and will allow for thick paint application. They are made on the beaver tail handle, which is easy to hold and control. "My work is a play between realism and abs...More info.
Michael Klein is part of a group of American artists leading the revival of representational painting hearkrning back to the Renaissance and French Academic traditions. '"Everyone has learned after testing Rosemary and Co's brushes that they are simply the best handmade brushes on the market.'' Please visit Michael's website by clicking here. ...More info.
A synthetic badger glazing brush ideal for glazing and/or varnishing. A full bodied brush enabling you to load with a lot of medium, when worked edge on this brush will 'dab' or 'stipple'. The feeling of the brush is in between the stiffness of hog and the softness of sable. It has a good spring, is hard wearing and easy to clean. Please note beaver tail handle...More info.
By popular demand the beauty of this shape allows a fine line (without the tremble sometimes associated with a rigger) and amazing effects when twisted side to side. ...More info.
A new addition to our blended range. A useful brush, the dagger is very adaptable and can be used to create long flowing lines. When pressure is applied and the brush 'twisted' through the stroke you can see oriental grass appear as well as petals. Great too in oils when a sharp edge is required and/or fine lines for example, hair in portraiture. The smaller 1/4" size is also available as a poc...More info.
Large 4” flat wash brush – ideal for varnishing, glazing, background work. Can be used with any medium – if Oil or Acrylic then thin down a little.Great for large water colour ‘wash’ applications. This brush allows you to cover larger areas quickly. Has the snap and spring of high quality taklon ( nylon ) and comes to a chisel sharp edge so can paint line work also. 9” flat long ...More info.
A long sought solution to those unintended watercolor brush marks resulting from too much enthusiasm, haste or miscalculation. Instructions for use: 1. Use the brush when barely damp, not wet. 2. Hold in a nearly vertical orientation and drag gently, but firmly back and forth along its' long edge. (see photo) 3. Upon first noting the removal of paint, immediately dab...More info.
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